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Unread postPosted: September 13th, 2019, 10:52 am 
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The IPCC report relies upon six long-term surface temperature datasets to come up with the 0.2°C per decade rate of increase. Interestingly, the report does not cite the two global temperature datasets derived from satellites: the University of Alabama in Huntsville reports that global average temperatures are rising at a rate of 0.13°C per decade, and Remote Sensing Systems reports the rate of increase at 0.18°C per decade. At the UAH rate of warming, the 1.5°C threshold would not be exceeded until around 2070. (Note in passing, recent research suggests that without anthropogenic warming, the planet would already be headed well down the path toward a new ice age.

Concretely, the global GDP of $80 trillion, growing at 3 percent annually, would rise to $903 trillion by 2100. A 2.6 percent reduction means that it would only be $880 trillion by 2100. A 0.3 percent decrease implies a loss of $2.7 trillion resulting in a global GDP of $900 trillion. Note that the IPCC is recommending that the world spend between now and 2035 more than $45 trillion in order to endow $2.7 trillion more in annual income on people living three generations hence. Assuming the worst case loss of 2.6 percent of GDP in world with a population of 10 billion that would mean that they would have to scrape by on an average income of just $88,000 per year (the average global GDP per capita now is $10,500.)
https://reason.com/2018/10/11/how-big-o ... degree-of/

A potential small loss of $23 trillion in global GDP if we don't spend at least $45 trillion raping the world of it's rare earth metals. That's the catastrophe liars like May and idiots like AOC say we only have a decade or so to avoid.

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Unread postPosted: September 13th, 2019, 9:48 pm 
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This is no exaggeration. Just embarrassing. In the wake of Saudi Arabia's economic attacks on our country, the federal NDP Leader says Canada should import oil from other countries - rather than just accept that a pipeline to move Western Canadian oil to Eastern Canada is a good idea! Credit to CBC host Vassy Kapelos for pushing on this complete lack of logic.

Watch this video.
https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/12958874 ... _3OqqErMQk

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Unread postPosted: September 13th, 2019, 10:08 pm 
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iron horse jockey wrote:
This is no exaggeration. Just embarrassing. In the wake of Saudi Arabia's economic attacks on our country, the federal NDP Leader says Canada should import oil from other countries - rather than just accept that a pipeline to move Western Canadian oil to Eastern Canada is a good idea! Credit to CBC host Vassy Kapelos for pushing on this complete lack of logic.

Watch this video.
https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/12958874 ... _3OqqErMQk


I'm speechless..
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Unread postPosted: September 14th, 2019, 9:18 am 
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Fashionista wrote:
iron horse jockey wrote:
This is no exaggeration. Just embarrassing. In the wake of Saudi Arabia's economic attacks on our country, the federal NDP Leader says Canada should import oil from other countries - rather than just accept that a pipeline to move Western Canadian oil to Eastern Canada is a good idea! Credit to CBC host Vassy Kapelos for pushing on this complete lack of logic.

Watch this video.
https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/12958874 ... _3OqqErMQk


I'm speechless..
:shock:

The No Development Party does not hate oil and gas. They just hate Canadian oil and gas and all the jobs they provide and all the hospitals, schools, and transit they pay for.

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